Madonna and Child, 1510/1525

  • English
  • German

Pot metal, white glass, vitreous paint, silver stain

  • 74 x 23 1/2 x 2 3/4 in. 188.0 x 59.7 x 7 cm

Gift of K. T. Keller



European Sculpture and Dec Arts

  • Christianity

Stoke Poges Manor, Buckinghamshire, to 1799; Saint Giles Church, Stoke Poges; Col. Shaw, Stoke Poges Manor; London, "Early Stained Glass, Fine Antique Rugs and Carpets, Woodwork and Carvings, and Valuable Old English and French Furniture, etc.," Sotheby & Co., London, 16 May 1929, lot 49d; Lionel Harris (dealer), Spanish Art Gallery, London; French & Co. (dealer), NY, 1929; William Randolph Hearst; His sale, Gimbel Brothers, no. 66-1 through 66-8 (bought in); The Hearst Foundation; acquired for the DIA with funds by K.T. Keller

Lipscomb, George, THE HISTORY AND ANTIQUITIES OF THE COUNTY OF BUCKINGHAM, IV, London, 1847 ART OBJECTS AND FURNISHINGS FROM THE WILLIAM RANDOLPH HEARST COLLECTION: CATALOGUE RAISONNE COMPRISING ILLUSTRATIONS OF REPRESENTATIVE WORKS TOGETHER WITH COMPREHENSIVE DESCRIPTIONS OF BOOKS, AUTOGRAPHS AND MANUSCRIPTS, AND COMPLETE INDEX, New York: Publishers Printing Co, 1941 Detroit Institute of Arts, HANDBOOK, 1971, p. 123 Caviness, Madeline H., ed., MEDIEVAL AND RENAISSANCE STAINED GLASS FROM NEW ENGLAND COLLECTIONS, Busch-Reisinger Museum, Harvard University, April 25- June 10, 1978, p 79 STAINED GLASS BEFORE 1700 IN AMERICAN COLLECTIONS: MID- WESTERN AND WESTERN STATES (CORPUS VITREARUM CHECK- LIST III), Studies in the History of Art, vol 28, Washington, DC: National Gallery of Art, 1989, p 161, p 162 (ill D) (with bibliography) Raguin, V.C., NORTHERN RENAISSANCE STAINED GLASS, CONTI- NUITY AND TRANSFORMATIONS, Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Art Gallery, Worcester, MA, Feb 2-March 8, 1987, exh cat, p 70. V. C. Raguin, "Three German Saints and a Taste for German Expressionism: Valentiner at the Detroit Institute of Arts," Gesta 37, no. 2 (1998), p. 244 Raguin, Virginia C. and Helen J. Zakin, CORPUS VITREARUM UNITED STATES OF AMERICA PART VII: STAINED GLASS BEFORE 1700 IN THE COLLECTIONS OF THE MIDWEST STATES, vol I, London: Harvey Miller Publishers, 2001, pp 201-205, 209, for further bibliography p 205. You, Yao-Fen. “New Observations Concerning the Stoke Poges Windows.” Revista de História da Arte 3 (2015), pp. 153–164.

possibly German; possibly English, Madonna and Child, 1510/1525, Pot metal, white glass, vitreous paint, silver stain. Detroit Institute of Arts, Gift of K. T. Keller, 58.112.